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1960 50 Year Class Reunion

What a grand “50 Year” reunion! Eighty-two (82) classmates of Notre Dame High School’s Class of 1960 met to recall fond memories of days gone by. Led by our reunion coordinator, Eddie Kay and supported by his 14 member committee, 152 people attended a well organized event over the weekend of September 24th, 25th and 26th. Beginning on Friday with the introduction of members of our 1960 football team at the Notre Dame Prep football game in Pontiac (NDP was defeated by Dearborn Divine Child 21-7), to the fun filled get together on Saturday evening, to the Sunday morning mass at St. Blaze for our 40 deceased classmates, relationships were re-established if only for this brief moment in our lives. It was fun for everyone to see class pictures, look at various yearbooks and to receive the well done reunion booklet. The booklet provided classmate listings, senior pictures, contact information, pictures of the cars we drove back then and comments that were shared by various classmates about our lives since we graduated. Fortunately, we were provided name tags with our senior pictures from 1960. It helped us to recognize each other as there has been a few changes such as hair color, hair amount and other “additions” since graduation.

Recognition was given to those that travelled the farthest such as Don Dugal who lives in Honolulu, Hawaii, to Dennis Savageau, Eddie Kay, Ron Steffens, Gary Bright, Don Chido and Joe Blum who were married the longest (48 years), to Mike Lueck having the most children (8) and grandchildren (17), to Joe Genette having the most great-grandchildren (4).

Among those that attended were eighteen graduates of Regina High School including eight who were part of their first graduating class of 1960. They were all able to get reacquainted through this impromptu reunion.

Stay  tuned  to  our  class  website for  announcements on future reunion activity.



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The 2010 Varsity Football Team!





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